Breakfast at Tiffany's - Study Guide Pages 60-68 Summary & Analysis

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The narrator takes the $350 birdcage and leaves it in front of her door. The next morning he finds it in the garbage heap in front of the building and sheepishly retrieves it and puts it back in his room. They don't speak to each other for a while. In April, the narrator notices a man in his fifties lingering around the building, fingering the calling card on Holly's mailbox, and staring up at her windows. The narrator becomes concerned, wondering if the man is a detective or connected with Sally Tomato.

The narrator overhears the man whistling one of the prairie tunes Holly plays on her guitar, and he approaches the man and asks what he wants. The man says he needs a friend. They have lunch together. The man pulls a faded family picture out of his wallet and points out himself, Holly, and...

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